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The group also used the array to image multiple point sources. Currently, the field of view achieved by the nanohole array is not compatible with practical imaging applications but future systems with more complex arrays could progress to larger FOVs for applications like microelectronics.
As nanotechnology, chemistry, and biotechnology advance, scientists will require imaging tools capable of ever better resolution. Techniques like SXDM, EELs, and nanohole array imaging offer paths to sub-wavelength imaging that will keep pace with technology demands.
Kristin Lewotsky is a freelance technology writer based in Amherst, N.H. Contact her at klewotsky@chez